Audiovisual Tools for Peacemakers

Budget Priorities: An engaging, interactive computer activity for youth and adults. Previous users have said it brings alive the shocking imbalance in U.S. budget priorities: a vast amount goes to military power, and very little to diplomacy and development aid as alternatives for engaging our world. (updated 2014 version).

Building a “Culture of Peace and Nonviolence”

Conflict Transformation, Nonviolence, and Justice
An Annotated Guide to Over 400 Outstanding Books, Manuals, Audiovisuals, and Web Sites.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer – video series

International Day of Non-Violence – Gandhi – video series

Martin Luther King, Jr. – video series

New Media for Parents, Teachers, and Youth
Useful links and insights on new media, computer games, books and more.

Nonviolence for the Violent – Walter Wink – video series

Peace and Justice Ideas to Get You Started – PEACE POINTS

Recommended Computer Games  – that are fun, engaging, foster social skills…

Resources for Parents – especially on the new media

Simplicity Resources and Video Series

Using Films to Teach Peace & Justice (pdf)

Women´s Video Gallerynew in 2014

 

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Top Ten List (pdf)

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